ISTE 2017 Recap
We had a blast in San Antonio, TX for this year’s ISTE Conference & Expo! If you a session, download a copy of the presentation here.
Leadership for Digital Learning Near and Far – New Research from International Schools
Effective educational leadership practices are not limited by the world map. In this session, we will share two years of research examining how international schools are leveraging digital tools, content and resources to transform learning – and demonstrate the connection between the ISTE standards and effective digital learning leadership worldwide. With Julie Evans (Project Tomorrow) and Dr. Kari Stubbs (BrainPOP).
- 10 Things Everyone Should Know About Today’s Students and Digital Learning
Learn how today’s students really want to use mobile devices, social media and digital content to enhance learning based on 2016 Speak Up Project findings from over 450,000 K-12 students representing schools worldwide. You'll get the key insights you need to inform classroom practices and district budgets. With Julie Evans (Project Tomorrow)
- Blackboard 2017 ISTE Social Mixer
Release of the 2017 Digital Trends Report with Blackboard Inc.
- How the Learning Community Can Speak Up to Create Change (part of the Leadership Playground)
In the fall of 2017, the Red Lion Area School District used the Speak Up survey to empower the students, parents, & community to have a voice and impact the direction of the District. The survey results clearly indicated a need and desire to move to a District-wide blended learning environment. Tim Smith, Supervisor of Instructional Practice & Technology Integration for the Red Lion Area School District, will share steps taken to implement the survey, design the process of change, and share future plans and next steps. Get a sneak peek of Tim’s session by reading his guest blog post: Allowing the Community to Speak Up to Effect Change.
A Decade of Mobile Learning
Understand how to leverage the history of mobile learning to predict and invent the future. We'll examine the results from 45 m-education global projects to reveal common practices for success and lessons learned from missteps. With Julie Evans (Project Tomorrow) and Dr. Chris Dede (Harvard University).
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